You will be floored by this project! Don't let your eyes deceive you, it's not real timber you can see but brilliant use of floor graphics to enhance this exhibition space. When we were asked to produce a look alike product suitable for a museum space we knew we had it covered... Literally! Check out what we did and how it looks.
In this blog I showcase how McKenzie and Willis are making the most of their windows to communicate with customers what's happening in-store. When you partner with Adgraphix we open up a world of options that you can utilise just as McKenzie and Willis have with this promotional signage leading into Christmas.
In a single, new open-plan environment, it was important for Synlait to create an atmosphere supporting their values of thinking big, acting now and doing it right. That's where we came into the picture - to produce fantastic graphics and signage.
Orana Park needed some interpretation signage for their newest visitor attraction. Here is what we did to make the centre informative and have a bright visual impact.
We were called in by Endeavour Wines who had struggled with their previous display which was a tasting table and wall made out of timber. It took a trailer to deliver and four people (hard labour) for a day to install. It was also getting damaged with each outing. They had great ideas for the look they were trying to achieve and the main aim was portability and ease of install. We designed a system which would convert their marquee into an airplane hanger. All elements are portable and simple to install.
When Braemac approached us for a bit of help with an upcoming tradeshow we were more than happy to help them show off there wares. Using our wealth of knowledge we put them on the right path to make sure that they had presence and attention. Check out what we did.
This is always a hot topic in digital print... just how many pixels does an image need to get a good result? Rather than let you rely on taking our word for it, we've run a series of prints so you can see for yourself. We have done a range of prints from 10ppi to 300ppi to demonstrate exactly what a print at a specific resolution will look like. The results are quite interesting.
Here's a feature I've put together to illustrate what's involved when we install a routered logo onto an internal wall. There are many ways to produce dimensional logos for applications like this. For this example we have used painted 10mm acrylic, which provides a really smart finish. See the steps below.
What do you do when you discover a time capsule? You take some of the contents and get the great team from Adgraphix to produce a fantastically huge wall mural of your find of course.
Check out this case study for Canterbury Rugby Football Union. The work was completed at AMI Stadium - the home of the Crusaders. We were asked to come up with fantastic solutions for legends banners (some good names to remember!) and work on the new “take a kid to footie” castle. Have a look at the details below.